This ainât an advertisement. This is a review on the album that ainât punk rock or rock and roll. The composer, Spoweck, would like to call it emotional electronic music or digital poetry. We would like to call it glitch or IDM.
This album is not hard, nor is it soft and relaxing. Most of the tracks from this album are packed with glichy, edited beats and heavily synthesized sounds. Even some of the softer tracks like âLast Letter and Dotâ still has some pretty nice glitchy beats layered on top of the atmospheric pads, which I really dig.
I have no idea why this album is named as such, but I sure know that it is a great glitch album.
Some of my favourite tracks from the album:
- So loud, so glichy, so fast, so electronic, so synthesized. Youâve just got to love this track.
- Atmospheric pad + slightly out of beat delayed drums + some strange sounds = great track.
Last Letter and Dot
- Probably the only relaxing track from the album. Even so, Spoweck doesnât forget to include the lovely glichy beats with it.
- Strange melody with strange drum structure yet still makes a nice track. Could be my favourite track from the album. Love the build-up at around the 2-min mark.